"The starting positions are seperated by a mineral wall, which offers a possible point of focus and major role in the map. The bases being so close together - on an island map at that - makes for a very fast paced game, most likely having lots of action right from the beginning."
As some of you may have recognized, Bill307, announced as a winner too, had bad luck in some way:
"One of my maps was tied 5th with bills map, after a final vote they decided to use my map, but bill also got a prize."
At least you got the price and the knowledge that you created a really worthy map. Good job! Still, we all look forward to the BlizzCon Invitational Tournament in Anaheim, California on October 28 and 29! Lets hope we get some nice replays to watch.
word! Just hope that some korean guys play this map at the BlizzCon and is so fanszinated that he takes the map into a korean league. Who knows, maybe something like that happens, ii'd wish that, even if the possibility is tiny.
This is probably one of the biggest melee map making tournaments there can be so it is a very big honor to have your map win. And since the maps are gonna be used for a super professional tournament, I'd say they're pro maps ;)